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Authorship

Autobiography (See BIOGRAPHY and AUTOBIOGRAPHY.)
Eden, Martin
laborer who becomes a famous writer. [Am. Lit.: Martin Eden]
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His second-hand ideas of authorship were wrong, for here was the proof of it.
Plichard Bentley, at the close of the seventeenth century, to examine more minutely the existing versions of Aesop's Fables, and he maintained that many of them could, with a slight change of words, be resolved into the Scazonic l7 iambics, in which Babrias is known to have written: and, with a greater freedom than the evidence then justified, he put forth, in behalf of Babrias, a claim to the exclusive authorship of these fables.
Skeptical persons have doubted Homer's authorship of the
Unless I am entirely mistaken, the authorship of the anonymous letters has not mystified
His most enduring literary work, however, was the inspiration and possibly partial authorship of the 'Anglo-Saxon Chronicle,' a series of annals beginning with the Christian era, kept at various monasteries, and recording year by year (down to two centuries and a half after Alfred's own death), the most important events of history, chiefly that of England.
Reasons for honorary and ghost authorships, in the perception of these participants, encompassed five themes: lack of awareness of authorship rules; the need to debate, discuss, and promote ethical practices; knowingly tolerating transgressions; power relations; and avoiding scrutiny.
Those familiar with recent developments in Lynchian scholarship, or film authorship for that matter, may already be familiar with his work, as the present book's third chapter, "Meanings and Authorships in Dune" appeared in a 2009 issue of Film-Philosophy.
Sole or first authorships are considered most "weighty" in social work (Netting & Nichols-Casebolt, 1997; Seipel, 2003), which may influence researchers' decisions regarding inclusion of coauthors and their ordering in the author list.
Guest and gift authorships (also called honorary authorships) are similar in that each represents the inclusion of an author who does not meet the criteria for authorship.
They also show a significant increase in the number of publications and authorships attributable to Canadian based members.
The incidence of such authorships is relatively high in medical journals and the occurrence of undeserved authorships in medicine has been well documented.
Plagiarisms, authorships, and the academic death penalty.